Connect BlackBerry UEM to your organization's OpenTrust software
BlackBerry UEMto your organization's
OpenTrustcertificate-based authentication to devices, you must add a connection to your organization's
BlackBerry UEMsupports integration with
OpenTrustPKI 4.8.0 and later and
OpenTrust CMS2.0.4 and later. This connection is not supported by
Contact your organization’s
OpenTrustadministrator to obtain the URL of the
OpenTrustserver, the client-side certificate that contains the private key (.pfx or .p12 format), and the certificate password.
- On the menu bar, clickSettings.
- ClickExternal integration > Certificate authority.
- ClickAdd an OpenTrust connection.
- In theConnection namefield, type a name for the connection.
- In theURLfield, type the URL of theOpenTrustsoftware.
- ClickBrowse. Navigate to and select the client-side certificate thatBlackBerry UEMcan use to authenticate the connection to theOpenTrustserver.
- In theCertificate passwordfield, type the password for theOpenTrustserver certificate.
- To test the connection, clickTest connection.
- When you use theBlackBerry UEMconnection withOpenTrustsoftware to distribute certificates to devices, there may be a short delay before the certificates are valid. This delay might cause issues with email authentication during the device activation process. To resolve this issue, in theOpenTrustsoftware, configure theOpenTrustCA and set "Backdate Certificates (seconds)" to 180.